Free discount coupons for Don Quijote in Japan

If you’re headed to Japan for the holidays (or anytime in the coming months), here’s some FREE shopping coupons you can use at Don Quijote!

Don Quijote is a chain of stores that sells a huge variety of items from houseware, to apparel, to souvenirs, to cosmetics. If there’s something you need, you’ll probably find it there.

The Don Quijote store in Dotonbori, Osaka

In previous visits to Japan, I always make sure to drop by at one of their stores, and more often than not, I end up toting a shopping bag when I walk out. Not only do they have several branches all around Japan, some of their stores in the big cities are even open 24 hours!

An added perk for tourists shopping in Don Quijote is that they can enjoy tax free shopping on all items (provided they do not use it before leaving Japan), and with these coupons, you get additional ¥200, ¥500, or ¥2,000 off!

There are three coupons available: coupon for ¥200 off for purchases above ¥5,000 (excluding tax), coupon for ¥500 off for purchases above ¥10,000 (excluding tax), and coupon for ¥2,000 off for purchases above ¥30,000.

[EDIT June 6, 2019] Don Quijote has discontinued the ¥200 off for purchases above ¥5,000 starting June 1, 2019. The other two discount coupons are still in effect.

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This is a digital coupon, so you need to open this link on your mobile device, and select the coupon you wish to use. Present your phone to the cashier, and they will verify the coupon for your discount. Please note of the following conditions:

  • This coupon can only be used 1 time at 1 store per day.
  • Coupons can only be used by foreign visitors to Japan.
  • Cannot be used to purchase alcohol tobacco and prepaid cards.
  • Cannot be combined with any other discounts.

If you’re wondering what you can buy, you can check out their online store, or check out their store list for when you’re in Japan. Happy shopping!

Free Don Quijote discount coupon
Article by Nina Fuentes

Nina doesn't aim to travel to every country in the world -- she just wants to travel to the places that means the most to her. She started traveling in 2006, and hopes to travel for as long as she can. Her travel blog, Just Wandering won the Best Travel Blog in the 2010 Philippine Blog Awards and in the 2011 Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards.

This Article Has 3 Comments
  1. Agness says:

    Hi Nina, this is nice and informative to all shoppers out there. Japan is one of the best places to shop.

  2. I want to shop there as well since they offer tax free shopping. Thank you for this information.

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